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Resultados de 18 ediciones de "FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup"

Año Fechas Nombre de Evento Lugar
JMV
2018 22 sep.. a
30 sep..
FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup Tenerife
(Spain)
USA Australia Spain -
2014 27 sep.. a
5 oct..
FIBA World Championship for Women Ankara, Istanbul
(República de Turquía)
Estados Unidos España Australia Maya Moore (USA)
2010 23 sep.. a
3 oct..
FIBA World Championship for Women Brno, Karlovy Vary, Ostrava
(República Checa)
Estados Unidos República Checa España Hana Horakova (CZE)
2006 12 sep.. a
23 sep..
World Championship for Women Sao Paolo
(Brazil)
Australia Russia United States of America -
2002 14 sep.. a
25 sep..
World Championship for Women Changshu, Changzhou, Taicang, Suzhou, Huaian, Nanjing, Wuzhong, Zhangjiagang, Zhenjiang
(China)
United States of America Russia Australia -
1998 26 may.. a
7 jun..
World Championship for Women Berlin, Bremen, Wuppertal, Dessau, Rotenburg/Fulda, Karlsruhe, Münster
(Germany)
United States of America Russia Australia -
1994 2 jun.. a
12 jun..
World Championship for Women Adelaide, Sydney, Hobart, Launceston
(Australia)
Brazil People's Republic of China United States of America -
1990 12 jul.. a
22 jul..
World Championship for Women Kota Kinabalu, Kuala Lumpur, Kuching
(Malaysia)
United States of America Yugoslavia Cuba -
1986 8 ago.. a
17 ago..
World Championship for Women Moscow, Vilnius, Minsk
(Soviet Union)
United States of America Soviet Union Canada -
1983 24 jul.. a
6 ago..
World Championship for Women Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paula, Porto Alegre
(Brazil)
Soviet Union United States of America People's Republic of China -
1979 29 abr.. a
13 may..
World Championship for Women Seoul
(Korea)
United States of America Korea Canada -
1975 23 sep.. a
4 oct..
World Championship for Women Bucaramanga, Bogotà, Cali
(Colombia)
Soviet Union Japan Czechoslovakia -
1971 15 may.. a
29 may..
World Championship for Women Sao Paula
(Brazil)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Brazil -
1967 15 abr.. a
22 abr..
World Championship for Women Prague
(Czechoslovakia)
Soviet Union Korea Czechoslovakia -
1964 18 abr.. a
4 may..
World Championship for Women Lima
(Peru)
Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Bulgaria -
1959 10 oct.. a
18 oct..
World Championship for Women Moscow
(Soviet Union)
Soviet Union Bulgaria Czechoslovakia -
1957 13 oct.. a
26 oct..
World Championship for Women Rio de Janeiro
(Brazil)
United States of America Soviet Union Czechoslovakia -
1953 7 mar.. a
22 mar..
World Championship for Women Santiago de Chile
(Chile)
United States of America Chile France -